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he stop when this landscape is at stake? >> four yes ago, georgia and russia fought a fierce war over regions of south ossetia. president saakashvili -- now georgia is facing a new political chapter. a millionaire will take over as georgia's new prime minister in 2013. where is he headed? will he leave georgia toward nato, or will he bring the country closer to moscow? >> we were told our journey would take a few hours. it leads us through beautiful countryside and we're on our way to a village that has become a household name. some say this is where george oppose a future started long ago. the homes have a new route set people are content. everyone here has an income. almost everyone has a blue t- shirt. >> this color is blue. he is a good man. he is from here. he gave this to me. >> giving away t-shirts might not seem the height of generosity, but ivanishvili does a lot more for his people. he pays health insurance for local families. he has paid for new routes. his former neighbor says he also gives the money. -- them money. >> that is the social banker he gave us 10 years ago. eve
than normal this morning. but there is an incident we have been telling you about northbound georgia avenue, the right lane is blocked right before the beltway. the actual police activity is inside the beltway off georgia avenue. fire equipment blocks that right lane. it may affect your drive heading for the beltway. keep that in mind. we'll show what you it looks like on the beltway itself here in georgia -- here at georgia as you travel on the inner and outer loops north of town. let's go back over to our maps. this time we'll head over for 270 -- to 270 southbound. you can see you have all that green, which is a good thing. we'll take a live look here in clarksburg at route 121. all lanes are open into rockville and the split. i'll be back with more traffic at 6:11. back to you guys. >>> we are coming up on 6:02. we are breaking news out of silver spring, maryland this morning. a police involved shooting on woodland drive. police were responding to the home of a plan who was making threats. >> kristen fisher will join us with an update from the scene so keep it here on 9news now.
was published this year by the university of georgia press. it is available at the back of the auditorium this afternoon. it is called blood ties and brown liquor. and he is also been the finalist for the 2006 poetry prize. please, join me in welcoming mr. sean hill. [applause]. >> i want to read from blood and brown liquor today. this book is about my home town in georgia. it's also where [inaudible] is from. and i started researching the history of [inaudible] and sort of fell into the history of black people there because it was not taught in school. so -- in order to write about the history i had to invent a character to explore this history. the character's name is si loss wright. >> first poem i will read is titled silos write at age 71914. it's about silos follows a fishing riggel in the shallows. he describes the line in his tablet as much pride in that line as a man and his son. he giggles and goes on. the next letters come easy. with this he will have more than a mark to bind. rambling across the page again and again in messy rows along it flows until he goes off the page's ed
's begin in georgia where one family losing their home to foreclosure actually got much worse. preparing it move out they posted a craigslist ad for a give away of furniture and other items but big crowds showed up early and broke into the house and cleaned it out and stole almost all of their belongings. unbelievable. >>> now to southern california where not a bird, not a plane but a two-pound fish. it was pluck eed from the oceany a bird. the employees placed it in a bucket of water mixed with sea water and then they returned it to sea. >>> finally in new york after years of renovation, people will, once again, be able to visit lady liberty's head starting on sunday. the crown will be open thursday through sunday each week and reservations are required. although, this weekend with sandy coming, not a great time to go. for a look at the weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> if you are in the path of the storm, your nbc local station has all the information you need and keep it tuned there. we don't want to ignore our friends in the south, still getting gusty winds. 20 to 35
>> is this is "dead journal" from berlin. >> ahead in the next half hour -- georgia alexa's new parliament, forcing president mikheil saakashvili to concede, but these days in office. >> a collision on the busy hongkong harbor killed at least 37 people. >> a new study shows australia's great barrier reef is in a serious state of decline. >> george is entering uncharted waters, perhaps the first democratic change of government since the collapse of the soviet union more than 20 years it. >> president mikheil saakashvili will stay in office, but his party has lost parliamentary elections to the opposition party, the georgian dream. now you'll have to get along with a new prime minister who ran a bitter campaign against him. >> batman is a once elusive millionaire who only wanted to politics last year. we will find out more about hamper our correspondent in moscow in just a moment. first, this report. >> it georgians will cut to the prospect of a new parliament. it's the first time since independence that an election rather than a revolution has led to the transfer of power. >> i e
. >> hello, love and to "gmt." also in the program, the president of georgia concedes defeat to the billionaire opposition leader. does this need a tilt by and for russia? the search for survivors in hong kong in a collision between a boat and a ferry continues. midday in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, 1:00 in the afternoon in vatican city, where pope benedict has returned from holiday to find his former employee on trial, which could lift the lid of the inner and secretive world of the back -- vatican. a controversial book largely based on the documents that were stolen claims that there were power struggles, defamation campaigns, and allegations of corruption at the highest levels of the church. allen, in a sense this case is as much about the catholic church and what goes on inside of it as it is about the fate of this man. >> certainly, this is one of the world's more secretive institutions and has been made desperately uncomfortable with this whole process. remember, earlier this year for weeks on end it found details of its inner workings being strewn across the itali
houses "that you might like to see. ride with me, i have to go up to north georgia." this is it, gang. she and i were on our way some months ago to look at an appraisal for her, and i saw a bunch of chickens in this yard, and asked her to back up. and i stayed in her car, and she hopped out and asked mr. hansen -- we discovered that was his name, mr. hansen -- asked if we could photograph his chickens. lopp: and, of course, he was very accommodating. keep 'em in the pen, don't let 'em eat up my garden. lopp: he wanted us just to stop and sit down and talk to him, because he was lonely. oh! oh! oh! [ dog barks ] buchanan: and then he showed us his pigs and his barn and his old tractor. somebody stole one of them out of the pen there. buchanan: so here was a working farm -- used to be a working farm. he and his wife lived there alone. lopp: he doesn't read or write. he hadn't been out of the county but one time in his 70-something years. i haven't seen the frame of an outhouse in years! that's the frame of it. lopp: beverly and i went out the other day and looked at some properties wher
coordinator tonight. georgia williams bratt who is the current pair of the parent advisory council has accepted the offer to take on that position, effective next week. and she is going to be a great asset i think that our organization and she is an experienced community organizer and also a parent. and we are just very excited to be able to announce that. >> commissioner fewer? >> yes. so thank you to the pac for having sh interest in our 2014-2015, i too am appalled about the numbers and the disproportionalty that are not on track to graduate. i think that when the board approved this a-g requirement they were thinking that of course, if we do it well, it gives students two things, one it gives them access to the classes they never had access to before. and secondly, if we do it really well, then we give every student an opportunity for the 21st century, due to the budget cuts, we were not able to i think, implement a lot of the supports that were needed i think that we learned a lot during this time and because of the awareness around the 2014-2015 graduating class and the large num
today in america, let's begin in. >> greg: georgia. preparing to move out, they posted a craigslist ad for a give away of furniture and other items outside the house, but big crowds showed up early while the family was out. they broke into the house and they cleaned it out and stole practically all of their belongings. unbelievable. >>> to southern california where not a bird, not a plane, but a two-foot long shark fell from the sky and flopped on to the 12th tee of a golf course. true story. the two-pound leopard shark was plucked from the ocean by a bird and dropped on to san juan hills golf course. course employees placed the shark in a bucket of water mixed with sea water from the kitchen before snapping a photo and returning it to sea. >>> finally in new york, after years of renovation, people will, once again, be able to visit lady liberty's head on sunday. the crown will be open thursday through sunday. but this weekend with sandy coming, not a good weekend. bill karin has more on the weather channel forecast. >> over the weekend, if you're in the path of the storm, your nbc loc
now, just off the coast of georgia here, here's savannah georgia, it's due east of savannah georgia. it's still a hurricane. the national hurricane center thought this would be a tropical storm, it's still a hurricane, still holding on, we're seeing strong wind as long the north carolina coast line. here's the winds, 75 mes an hour. moving to the northeast at 14 miles an hour. it continues to strengthen. the track taking it back out and then right back into shore. very close to our area. during the morning on tuesday. that's when i expect this to be the worst coming up late monday and into tuesday. let's talk about that wind. that's going to be the biggest factor here, as we look through the day tomorrow. i don't expect to see too much in the way of wind tomorrow. on monday, notice the wind starting to come in, anywhere in this purple, wind gusts upwards of 60 miles an hour or greater, just before everybody gets into that monday night and early on tuesday. the winds are just one factor here, we'll talk about many more factors. watches, warnings, advisories. talk about them all comin
't be easily duplicated. they are northing with georgia gulf. that deal will complete ppg's transformation. but even though the deal hasn't happened yet, posted a five cent earnings beat off a $2.19 basis. that was because ppg took a 4% hit. they saw a healthy aerospace business. european weekend not so hot. ppg's balance sheet is strong, getting stronger. and you are getting a fantastic entry point. yet, after the mess we got from dupont, let's talk to chuck bunch about the quarter and where the company is headed. welcome back to the show. it is great to be with you again. this was clearly today a day that demonstrated that being commodity chemicals is just not working in the world of globalization today. but your strategy, total vindication. as you know, these commodity chemical businesses can be volatile and sick la kal. we have tried to be a more specialty chemical and we believe we have done that with the georgia gulf traps action. >> what is better about a proprietary chemical company? >> typically you have good points of value creation for your customers. these are proprietary innov
activity right here at the beltway in silver spring northbound georgia avenue we'll keep you posted on that situation. if you are planning to head around town we'll show you what it looks like live. northbound side of i-95, live to our camera, show you what it looks like. no issues to report. here at route 109 no problems. it is bunching up a bit closer to route 121. let's go back over to our maps, this time heading over to the other side of town. want to let you know the beltway is doing great. metro rail on the saturday schedule for the columbus day holiday and no mark or v r e, this morning. back to you guys. >>> thanks man cay. >>> we have breaking news this morning out of forest glenn maryland. there has been a police involved shooting on woodland drive. montgomery county police responded to the home of a man who was making threats, apparently. officers arrived to check out the complaint and at some point shots were fired by police. we are still getting information on this. we have a crew headed to the scene and we'll bring you more on this shooting as soon as we get it. >>> so
the ryder cup. >> georgia could be set for a post-election standoff. both the ruling party and opposition coalition are claiming victory. >> the former soviet republic has claimed that exit polls give the opposition an edge, but the government claims it will retain its majority. >> opposition supporters have taken to the streets to celebrate victory. georgians went to the polls against a backdrop of prison abuse, a scandal that has damaged the once-popular government of mikhail saakashvili. his name rivals -- his main rival was to move the country into russia. it is not clear when the outcome will be known. let's go live to our reporter following the ballot in georgia. some confusion about the outcome, with both major groups claiming victory. do you have any further details? >> these elections have been a close race from the beginning. what we now hear from tbilisi, is that these elections obviously have turned out to become a victory for the opposition. the opposition -- the ballots showed that -- the exit polls showed that opposition leaders -- the opposition led by the oligarch who is
georgia, 35-7. james won ten in a row, their longest winning streak in school history. text goat. we'll have an update on what just happens to florida state in just a second, brad. >> brad: i think they almost scored a touchdown. about a three-yard run. he made the tackle. we're down to 5:20. buckeyes just want to take their time. >> todd: even if you don't huddle, you don't want to go hurry up now. you want to use as much of the play clock and game clock as you can. >> we can't play better than this. in back-to-back sweeks. they're real physical, low-scoring game tonight. more of a shootout game. >> brad: rod smith getting another carry. scored the last time he touched it. picked up five here. >> todd: they always ask the question when he went to florida, cowl that kind of offense work in the s.e.c.? ultimately he proved that it could. they wanted the same thing in the big ten. as long as you got braxton miller under center and healthy, you've got a shot. >> brad: career high rushing total for braxton miller, part of 339 yards on the ground for ohio state. carlos hyde, also career h
east coast of florida, the atlantic side up into most of the coast a.m. sections of georgia -- coastal sections of georgia and part of south carolina. this harms the florida coast and then -- parallels the florida coast and then turns back to the east. the showers we get saturday and sunday have nothing to do with sandy. then it turns back to the northwest. we talked about this possibility yesterday and on tuesday and this would impact the immediate metro area. this would not be a direct hit for us, but it would impact this as we get into tuesday morning and tuesday afternoon. even by tuesday afternoon this still has 65 mile-per-hour winds. it won't technically be a tropical storm anymore. it will be extra tropical, a cold core storm, but because it will be so intense it will generate some pretty big winds for us if it goes into northern new jersey. if it goes further north, less. so if it goes into southeast p.a., we'll be in a world of hurt. we'll come back and talk more about the timetable and scenarios. >> we should note for you sandy is already blamed for two deaths, one in haiti,
the bar band scene in georgia for years before i ended up moving to tennessee. when i was living in hawaii was i figured out i wasn't going to be happy unless i was doing music. >> do you guys forgive him, though, that he's from georgia? >> a lot of these girls are asking one question of kip, the question is is kip moore single? and the answer is? >> right now it's all about music for me, so that's it. >> uh-huh. >> i don't have time right now, you know what i mean? >> if you were looking, what would she look like? >> that changes with the day. >> oh, he's one of them. >> i don't have a certain type. you know what i mean? >> just female. >> what does it feel like to be up there with people like nicki minaj, adele to be in the top ten when you first heard the news about that, what did you think? >> like i said, you know, you write these songs in the dark. you hope that they get out. but then when they finally actually do, and it's like thousands and millions have the album, it's a humbling thing the way people have perceived me. i'm blessed. >> we have a little surprise for you. >> when you
to be alive. aspirin really made a difference. >> glor: a failing school district in macon, georgia, where half of the students failed to graduate has taken drastic steps to turn the system around. and as mark strassmann reports tonight it includes an unusual mandate. >> reporter: at sunny carter elementary school these third graders are learning the most widely spoken language on earth. mandarin chinese. >> and this is... >> reporter: learning mandarin now mandatory in macon, georgia, public schools. >> what is the word for hello? >> niho. >> mark has mandarin class three days a week taught by one of 25 chinese teachers sent there from china. their salaries partially subsidized by the chinese government. >> i just like learning new things. i like learning the words. it's just awesome. >> reporter: within three years all 25,000 kids in bibb county schools k through 12 will be making mandarin. this is a school system that is one of georgia's lowest achieving schools, where half the kids drop out. >> this is about opening their world. >> romaine dalemand the new superintendent wants big chan
year. that hurt him in the end. >> host: why did dead gaffe '04 president clinton, a georgia be bush why are those not fatal mistakes? >> what else is going on in the world at the time? >> to ask the question what should we do in iran? he said all my ran. very few people remember that. it was crowded out. i compare that to hillary clinton being under fire in bosnia. the media would say is this true? then she was greeted at the airport with flowers and the general said no. then obama's started to look at her credibility. it was so dramatic we feel that people like to us. this is as close as the candidate said she lied to us. pushing us is important. to be in sioux falls hilco the they were on the campaign trail. they are exhausted with 12 different stops. we can pass that off. where they are for what they think they are. >> host: gary hart. >> guest: he had the original sin to challenge people in the media up. people knew that he ran around the remember at a time the media did not look into that so carefully. today politicians have no backstage area. whenever they do would be covered.
the president >> thanks to a computer chip a georgia family has finally reunited with it's siberian husky -- five years after they were separated. heather jackson and her brother drove 700 miles from chatsworth georgia to the mchenry county animal control. they didn't waste any time and got back on the road because there were kids at home waiting to see shakira. the dog was known as kathy to the staff at free spirit in harvard -- which received the dog august 11th from a georgia shelter. staffers realized the dog had a microchip and the owners were contacted. no word on how the georgia animal shelter missed the chip. david blaine... he's back! with a new trick... >> plus... one of chicago is very ow [ female announcer ] with the 2-in-1 swiffer sweeper, a great clean doesn't have to take long. i'm done. are you thinking what i'm thinking? ♪ give me just a little more time ♪ okay. all right. oh! [ female announcer ] the 2-in-1 swiffer sweeper uses electrostatic dry cloths to clean better than a broom. and its wet mopping cloths can clean better than a mop i
november 6th, maryland residents will decide if a casino will be built in prince georgia's county. and funds for and against the project certainly not limited. mgm resorts is spending $8.4 million to get you to vote yes while pen national gaming is putting down $9.5 million for you to say no. are voters really listening? joining us now are two democratic delegates are on opposite sides. lewis simmens opposes it, jay walker is in favor of it. thank you both for coming in, we appreciate it. we're going to show a couple of the ads, before we do that, delegate walker, let me ask you generally speak why are you in favor of question seven? >> first of allowing the people to vote on it. then once you establish that, then you ask yourself, if you fundamentally have a problem against gaming which which are there are some people, they have the right to vote no. you have others that are in favor of gaming and they're saying if we can increase the business tax, why allow $500 million to go out of state when you can keep the money here, help out our schools and roads, help out the needs of the
, the house is in the 3700 block of georgia street in vallejo. joe vasquez with more on what appears to be a bomb making factory. joe. >> dana, this situation is rattling a lot of nerves, not just because they evacuated an area near this house, but as you saw, also because they have had to detonate some of those materials right here in the middle of the georgia street. >> around 9:00 tonight, a bomb disposal team from the fbi and the solano sheriff department -- they lit a fuse and exploded the pile. the cops say a man who lived here has been making small bombs in recent days. >> our information is, he is not only manufacturing bombs, but detonating them. >> vallejo police dispatched dozens of officers to evacuate nearby homes. s.w.a.t. officers prepared for the possibility of a long standoff. the man quickly surrendered. >> preparing to block streets off. the suspect came out of his residence, he was recognized ask taken into custody. >> police are not identifying the bomb making suspect, but investigators say they got a tip from his roommates that he was building an even bigg
around fern wood drive georgia street shut down tonight. lillian kim 30's with more. >>reporter: about 8 blocks or so have been cordoneed off but things finally winding down. investigators believe all the explosive did he advice from his this vallejo home accounted for. good news for residents who have been told it's now safe to return to their homes. vallejo police arrived at the 3700 block of georgia street after getting a tip that the person living here was manufacturing and detonating explosive did he advises. investigators aren't giving specifics. only that they found multiple did he advises but we have been told what they found were probably pipe bombs. vallejo police doesn't have a bomb squad of their own that's why they asked the fbi and napa county sheriff's department for help. they used robot to find the bomb in the house. they then placed them in the middle of the street, surrounded them with sand bags and detonated them. them. >> fire in the >> probably not going to bring a house down with it but certainly if it was around something that was flackable, if it had gone o
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with the latest. >> reporter: the wire tap investigation spanned all the way to georgia as deputies tracked the movement and the escalation of violence in the county. this is just about a week's worth of drugs and cash that plowed through the hands of the hartford county gang called world's most dangerous. that's more than $100,000 in cash, four kilos of cocaine, two of crack and two of marijuana. the gang was responsible for a trail of guns and violence that stretch from the streets of edgewood to atlanta. they were able to catch them because they talked to much. >> listening to the conversations led us to their midlevel suppliers. from then they were able to get wire tap orders for them and continued that investigation which was more undercover work, sister surveillance we were able to identity the suppliers in go georgia. >> 13 people were arrested here and are facing state charges. it also caught one of the most wanted men. who was wanted on drug charges. arrests were made after raids on streets. this all starts in december after a spike in drug violence led deputies to put several pe
at other stories making news today. >>> in georgia, things for one family, losing their 20-year home to foreclosure actually got worse. preparing to move out, they posted a craigslist ad for a giveaway of furniture and other household items outside the house. big crowds showed up early while the family was out, broke in the house and cleaned it out. they stole practically all of their belongings. unreal. >>> to southern california, not a bird, not a plane, but that guy. a two-foot long fell from the sky and flopped onto the 12th tee of a golf course. the two-pound leopard shark was plucked from the ocean by a bird and dropped onto the san juan hills golf course it was returned to the sea. >>> in new york after a year of renovations, people once again will be able to visit lady liberty's head starting sunday. the crown will be open thursday through sunday each week and reservations are required. hopefully not this sunday, we'll have hurricane sandy making its way. if you're traveling, you'll want to check your forecast. nbc meteorologist bill karins is doing that for you this morning.
in georgia, there has already been in -- already been numerous incidents of violence. damian mcginnis is in tbilisi. >> this is the first time in a decade that the ruling party has been seriously challenged. since coming to power in 2004, his pro-western government has ruled without any serious opposition. he says the country will be thrown back to the crime and chaos of the 1990's if the ruling party is ousted. >> a lot of things are being decided right now in our country. for the future development of our country, for what happens to the european people in this part of the world and what happens to the idea of democracy in this part of the world. >> these are the most unpredictable elections they have known since their on attendance. on the one hand, you have the president's ruling party credited with saving the country from being a failed state. on the other hand, there is an opposition coalition led by a billionaire businessman who earned his money in russia and the 1990's. more than 400 western observers are here to check the polls. georgia is keen to join nato and the european u
on espn. georgia and florida in jacksonville, fourth quarter. bulldogs clinging to a one-point lead. to mitchell. georgia goes on to win 17-9. gators season-high six turnovers. big 12 now. kansas state, continues to roll. collin klein, four more touchdowns, two on the ground, two three the air against texas tech. wildcats win 55-24. they hang 426 total yards on texas tech. they scored at least 50 points in back-to-back league games for the first time since 2002. >>> colorado no match against oregon. ducks led 56-0 at the half. late in the half, oregon up 35-0, thomas goes from one side of the field to the other. that's a 73-yard punt return. 21st consecutive game scoring at least 30 points, record is 22. usc and arizona. tight ball game here. fourth quarter, arizona's scott to richards. arizona with their first one at home at usc since 1999. oregon state has never started a season 7-0e and they're trailing to washington 10-0 late first half. one big headline from earlier in college football, devastating knee injury to marcus lattimore of south carolina. carted off, later taken tie h
of the items if the trash bin. >> reporter: at the auction gallery in atlanta, georgia, john lloyd is selling his grandfather's hand me downs. >> it's cheesy, i know. >> reporter: given the hands they originally came from, there is plenty of interest. >> when you work at any place in the world even, you're bound to get something. people come through, well, my grandfather's happens to be presidential things. >> reporter: his grandfather bonner arrington was a carpenter at the white house for 33 years. employed during harry truman's administration through to ronald reagan's. collecting people imeel ya that offers a -- memorabilia that offers a three dimensional timeline of the presidential families. john f. kennedy jr.'s baby pen. even a burnt wooden post from 1814 when the british set fire to the white house which arrington found at work during the truman reconstruction. >> we found the table in the tar pen ter shop. >> reporter: he also helped with the kennedy renovations and collected items from the first lady herself, including a handwritten thank you note after the death of her son patrick
>>> breaking news out of prince georgia county. >> we have the verdict of two cops caught on tape beating a student at the university of maryland. >> reporter: the jury had been deliberating for hours, since 3:00 this afternoon, shortly before ten tonight. the one guilty verdict came down for officer james harrison. found guilty of 2nd degree assault and not guilty of other charges. regional baker was found not guilty of both charges. stemming from the march 2010 beating of student john mckenna taken down and repeatedly hit with batons following a basketball game celebration. shortly after the verdict, john mckenna spoke to reporters and here is what he said. >> i am glad that some justice has been done. it has been a long two years for me and my family. there is a broader crime committed here. for the two cops in the trial and we hope the department of justice continues the investigation. >> emotions still raw for all of those involved. the pring georgia's county state attorney and mark mcgraw addressed reporters saying they respect the verdict handed down by the jury. harrison'
mentioned the southeast especially florida, georgia, south carolina area, a glancing blow for you. not a direct impact. large waves and beach erosion, yes, not the winds and heavy rain. by the time we get to sunday, this is the important part here. some of our computers take it towards washington, d.c. others take it more or less up towards maine and boston. somewhere in there the storm will get sucked back to the coast as a large storm system. large wind field, heavy rain, storm surge. a lot of issues towards the coastal areas of new england come sunday and then definitely monday looks to be the worst of it up here throughout this region. we're talking, lynn, about the possibility of an historic storm. millions of people could potentially lose power with the storm. there's enough wind that some people could deal with a snowstorm. a lot of elements on this huge october storm. >> we'll check back with you in a few moments. >>> first, with less than 300 hours until election day, the candidates are campaigning hard in several key states. and according to a new "time magazine" poll fr
side. the damage cam was discovered and quickly replaced yesterday along georgia avenue near spartan road. tonight, police think they know how it got that way. topper joins us live from the scene with some answers on that damaged speed camera. scott. >> reporter: well, police say it is no longer a mystery as far as they are concerned, this is definitely an act of vandalism. a lot of people, even though that's against the law has been cheering from the sidelines and monsing this camera generates money has taken note at how quickly this wounded soldier was put back on duty. >> here's video shot by alny news blogger, doug terri, showing the crew putting the camera back up. police think a vandal intentionally took out the camera with a heavy vehicle, then fled. no suspects are identified, even though there's a police substation. a block away. wusa9 9 posted one of the shots asking who did it. tongue and cheek answers included, the duracho. mostly, viewers expressed contempt of speed cameras in a county that counts at least 115 of them. it needs to happen to every one of them, wrote one
, nature at its most delicious. >>> we love these stories. a military family from georgia back together again. the reunion was captured in the video and it's going viral on the internet. you can see why. take look at the family. they stood on the football field for a game between south carolina and georgia. they were told that they were contest winners for military family members. well, this was happening at the same game and turns out that they had a much bigger surprise waiting for them. >> right when i saw him walk out, i was like okay, is that really him? >> it was amazing. we were ecstatic. it was just in that moment it was us four again. >> dad had been overseas for year and they were so thrilled as you can see by the video to have him back. >>> what would you do if you found a quarter of a million dollars a cabdriver didn't have to think about it and did the right thing. that story straight ahead. plus one turkey trying to escape before thanksgiving rolls around. we will tell you where this wayward bird was found. >>> you're watching the
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